Sunday 22 June 2014

Report:  Daily Free-to-Air Share
Channels:All Free-to-Air Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure)
Demographics: Total People (incl. guests)
Day-part: 18:00 – 24:00
Day:Sunday
Deliverable:
Overnight and Consolidated
ChannelOvernightConsolidated
22/06/201415/06/2014
Network ABC111.9%12.7%
Network ABC22.4%2.6%
Network ABC30.5%0.5%
Network ABC News 240.9%1.0%
Network ABC TTL15.6%16.8%
Network 725.5%22.7%
Network 7TWO3.3%3.7%
Network 7mate5.2%3.1%
Network 7 TTL34.0%29.6%
Network 923.0%24.0%
Network GO!2.4%3.3%
Network Gem2.8%2.3%
Network 9 TTL28.2%29.6%
Network TEN12.6%14.6%
Network ONE3.0%2.7%
Network ELEVEN2.6%2.2%
Network TEN TTL18.1%19.5%
Network SBS ONE3.2%3.5%
Network SBS 20.7%1.0%
Network NITV0.1%0.1%
Network SBS TTL 4.0%4.6%

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels:All Free-to-Air
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Sunday
Date:22/06/2014
Deliverable:Overnight
RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1THE VOICE KIDSNetwork 91,652,000586,000454,000279,000171,000162,000
2HOUSE RULES-SUNNetwork 71,515,000367,000446,000292,000162,000248,000
3SEVEN NEWS – SUNNetwork 71,378,000266,000367,000320,000194,000231,000
4NINE NEWS SUNDAYNetwork 91,298,000483,000405,000209,00094,000107,000
5SUNDAY NIGHTNetwork 71,246,000280,000360,000248,000141,000216,000
660 MINUTESNetwork 91,018,000377,000282,000141,000113,000105,000
7A PLACE TO CALL HOMENetwork 7918,000251,000250,000170,00094,000153,000
8GRAND DESIGNS-EVNetwork ABC1912,000246,000288,000179,000106,00093,000
9MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUNNetwork TEN863,000260,000315,000124,00083,00081,000
10ABC NEWS-SUNetwork ABC1848,000249,000269,000128,000110,00091,000
11THE CHECKOUT: SNACK SIZE-EVNetwork ABC1782,000205,000260,000141,00097,00079,000
12HOUSE HUSBANDSNetwork 9765,000270,000238,000109,00094,00054,000
13ABC NEWS UPDATE-EVNetwork ABC1746,000190,000228,000153,00094,00081,000
14SILENT WITNESS-EVNetwork ABC1663,000164,000206,000135,00096,00062,000
15MODERN FAMILY EP 2 RPTNetwork TEN534,000161,000169,000117,00041,00045,000
16ELEMENTARYNetwork TEN520,000136,000184,00089,00049,00062,000
17MODERN FAMILY RPTNetwork TEN495,000167,000153,00098,00035,00043,000
18TEN EYEWITNESS NEWS SUNNetwork TEN493,000167,000102,00076,00049,00099,000
19THE MENTALISTNetwork 9451,000146,000137,00047,00068,00053,000
20COMPASS-EVNetwork ABC1437,000126,000125,00087,00048,00051,000

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels:All free-to-air Multi Channels
Market: 5 City Metro (aggregate figure), Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide & Perth
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Sunday
Date:22/06/2014
Deliverable:Overnight
RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1M-MEN IN BLACK 2Network 7mate330,00082,000107,00065,00037,00038,000
2OCTONAUTS-AMNetwork ABC2316,000112,00046,00091,00028,00039,000
3GIGGLE AND HOOT-AMNetwork ABC2305,000100,00051,00082,00029,00042,000
4SESAME STREET-AMNetwork ABC2286,00099,00064,00056,00031,00037,000
5LILY’S DRIFTWOOD BAY-AMNetwork ABC2272,00087,00047,00069,00025,00044,000
6BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM-AMNetwork ABC2270,00088,00051,00060,00023,00048,000
7PLAY SCHOOL-AMNetwork ABC2269,00089,00041,00062,00029,00048,000
8MIKE THE KNIGHT-AMNetwork ABC2268,00088,00037,00068,00030,00045,000
9THOMAS AND FRIENDS-AMNetwork ABC2266,00076,00049,00069,00030,00042,000
10BIG TED’S BIG ADVENTURE-AMNetwork ABC2263,00085,00048,00062,00026,00042,000
11PEPPA PIG-AMNetwork ABC2251,00097,00041,00051,00018,00043,000
12STORYTREE-AMNetwork ABC2241,00082,00043,00041,00023,00053,000
13BEN AND HOLLY’S LITTLE KINGDOM-PMNetwork ABC2239,00075,00058,00025,00031,00051,000
14M-MEN IN BLACKNetwork 7mate223,00047,00082,00030,00029,00035,000
15BANANAS IN PYJAMAS-PMNetwork ABC2222,00067,00061,00031,00032,00031,000
16LET’S GO POCOYO-PMNetwork ABC2214,00058,00051,00033,00033,00040,000
17DOROTHY THE DINOSAUR-AMNetwork ABC2214,00080,00039,00027,00022,00046,000
18READY, STEADY, WIGGLE!-AMNetwork ABC2206,00084,00040,00018,00021,00043,000
19PEPPA PIG-PMNetwork ABC2206,00054,00061,00033,00027,00031,000
20JUSTINE CLARKE: SONGS TO MAKE YOU SMILE-AMNetwork ABC2200,00073,00038,00022,00023,00045,000

 

Free to Air: 25-54 demographics (Overnight)

RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1THE VOICE KIDSNetwork 9749,000257,000234,000116,00069,00074,000
2HOUSE RULES-SUNNetwork 7704,000170,000205,000137,00077,000116,000
3SUNDAY NIGHTNetwork 7549,000114,000154,000118,00062,000101,000
4NINE NEWS SUNDAYNetwork 9528,000200,000178,00068,00044,00038,000
560 MINUTESNetwork 9512,000184,000159,00060,00055,00054,000

 

Free to Air: 18-49 demographics (Overnight)

RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1THE VOICE KIDSNetwork 9681,000238,000209,000107,00065,00062,000
2HOUSE RULES-SUNNetwork 7639,000157,000195,000123,00064,000100,000
3MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUNNetwork TEN480,000151,000169,00075,00040,00044,000
4SUNDAY NIGHTNetwork 7473,00091,000143,000101,00052,00086,000
560 MINUTESNetwork 9471,000177,000141,00056,00054,00043,000

 

Free to Air: 16-39 demographics (Overnight)

RankDescription (grouped)Channel\Market(r) 5 City MetroSydneyMelbourneBrisbaneAdelaidePerth
1HOUSE RULES-SUNNetwork 7412,000103,000135,00085,00032,00057,000
2THE VOICE KIDSNetwork 9399,000148,000107,00069,00037,00038,000
3MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUNNetwork TEN343,000114,000123,00049,00029,00028,000
4SUNDAY NIGHTNetwork 7289,00054,000100,00057,00031,00048,000
560 MINUTESNetwork 9270,000104,00071,00030,00037,00028,000

 

 

 

Report:  Top 20 Programs
Channels:National STV
Market: National STV
Demographics: Total People
Day-part: 02:00 – 26:00
Day:
Sunday
Date:22/06/2014
Deliverable:Overnight
RankDescription Channel\Market(r) National STV
1LIVE: AFL GWS V CARLTONFOX FOOTY199,000
2LIVE: NRL STORM V EELSFOX SPORTS 1185,000
3LIVE: AFL MELBOURNE V NTH MELBFOX FOOTY177,000
4LIVE: AFL ST KILDA V WEST COASTFOX SPORTS 3122,000
5LIVE: AFL: BEFORE THE BOUNCEFOX FOOTY90,000
6LIVE: AFL: ED & DERM’S BIG WEEK IN FOOTYFOX FOOTY82,000
7THE SIMPSONSFOX859,000
8FUTURAMAFOX859,000
9FAMILY GUYFOX859,000
10THE SIMPSONSFOX857,000
11FUTURAMAFOX856,000
12THE SIMPSONSFOX854,000
13THE SIMPSONSFOX852,000
14NRL TITANS V DRAGONSFOX SPORTS 150,000
15NRL STORM V EELSFOX SPORTS 150,000
16LIVE: NETBALL: ANZ CHAMPIONSHIPFOX SPORTS 249,000
17THE MENTALISTTVH!TS48,000
18LIVE: LEAGUE CENTRAL SUNDAYFOX SPORTS 146,000
19STORAGE WARSA&E46,000
20THE BIG BANG THEORYCOMEDY CHANNEL46,000

 

 

© OzTAM Pty Limited 2014. The Data may not be reproduced, published or communicated (electronically or in hard copy) without the prior written consent of OzTAM. Program performance and ranking information subject to change when not based on final program logs. Ranking information is for individual episodes. Includes Preliminary data.

22 Comments:

  1. The Voice kids was ok. Not much competition apart from House Rules on at 6:30 Sunday. TEN is showing repeats of modern family

    Men in Black 2 on 7mate was great

  2. hannigans_heroes

    Waiting for the day that viewer fatigue sets into Australian viewers…

    Nine will erode The Block by the end of next year thanks to 3 cycles per year, with The Voice (Kids) following suit.

    Ten learned this the hard way last year when they pushed two cycles of Masterchef on viewers, and then again this year by forcing another season of The Biggest Loser.

    Unfortunately, it seems that Seven can churn out anything and it get atleast 800k. This is the only explanation I have on how their current anti Bali series is rating.

  3. @peejaybee
    APTC is rating just under 1m but it costs a lot to make and its audience skews over 54. They have also struggled with the scripts and storylines, which is the official explanation.

  4. MrJimboJones

    “We are against Nine’s exploitation and commercialisation of them in a TV show to fill their coffers.”

    It was part of the contract that Nine needed to produce the Kids version to gain the rights to the adult version

  5. Why does a network spend weeks promoting the launch of a new season of a show, getd very solid numbers in that time slot and then two weeks in change the day and time with about a weeks notice?

    The one advantage that TV has is they can provide a product that can be consumed as a matter of habit with minimal fuss. Abusing this advantage will only further push people away from your offerings.

  6. @ Dr Rudi – I agree, it’s a shame Graham Norton isn’t still on ABC, not just because 10 haven’t kept up with screening the episodes but also because the ads really disrupt the flow of the show. It’s been great having Jimmy Fallon on ad-free.

  7. Well I enjoyed The Voice Kids last night. My kids absolutely loved it!! I don’t consider it exploitation. If that were the case, we might as well have no kids program’s at . Or child actors for that matter. If kids are getting pushed into it by over ambitious parents, that’s a different story. But those kids last night were obviously doing something they love. Good on them!

  8. I actually really enjoyed The Voice Kids. What’s all this kefuffle about it being dribble?

    good singers – tick
    nice and talented coaches – tick
    provide encouragement and inspiration for kids – tick
    laughs all around – tick
    much less padding and very little emotional backstorys to arouse sympathy – tick

    some of you, in my opinion, should put your biases to your side and watch next weeks ep. then you’ll see its about good talented kids (who can sing) and everyone having a great time, while mentoring and encouraging these kids to go on and do better things.

    Come on guys, the show might not appeal to you, but be more sensible….

  9. poida: It’s nothing against the talent of the kids. We are against Nine’s exploitation and commercialisation of them in a TV show to fill their coffers.

  10. A Place to Call Home sees off hyped am highly advertised opposition, helping 7 to win the night! I get that it’s not a star performer, but what are 7 thinking in ditching this quality and consistent performer!?

  11. TVwatcherAUS

    I just dont understand why people are so negative about the Voice kids??? its good to see people supporting kids. its great to see they get a awesome prize regardless if they win or not!
    well done!

  12. When Ten broke up a Masterchef final to push that renovation show, they got punished severely by viewers.
    Nine starts The Voice for kids in the middle of adult The Voice and viewers reward them.
    That is what other networks battle and especially Ten. 9 could show TBBT all day long or Bert Newton reading a newspaper and Nein woul rate high.
    Sad reality of who is out there watching 🙁

  13. Will be interesting to see what numbers the voice kids have next week. And although we have some great talent in young people why do nine start this in the middle of the adult series, it doesn’t seem to make sense, at least I suppose they might cut down on having 15, 16, 17, 18 and even 19 repeats of The Big Bang Theory each week, surly they must be running out of episodes especially as there are no new ones available for a while.

  14. Excellent numbers for A Place to Call Home considering the 9.25pm start time. Nine got what they deserved by screwing around with House Husbands

  15. So does Perth get criticized for not watching a Nine show or praised for the lowest numbers watching the voice kids? For its 1.9m population surely it has the least interest in that dribble.

  16. I had a dream where the Chief Programmer at TEN unburdened himself via a column on TV Tonight in which he explained which episodes of the Graham Norton Show they hadn’t screened; and when they would.

    And then, as an act of Corporate Social Responsibility, TEN decided to give the GNS back to the ABC or even Channel 44 because both of those stations would honour a regular telecast commitment.

  17. That would be right. People watched the voice kids no matter how much it stinks of spin off. Hope to see those numbers drop off next week. Go back to school.

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